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    Maybe our two docs went to the same CE meeting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virginia View Post
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    Mine recommended against Ocrevus due to age and immune system is not as good as we age.
    I am 70 and my neurologist fights for me to be on rituxan and will switch me to Ocrevus if need be. I am glad he is a researcher and has been at a research hospital. He has just retired but Has left my new neurologist a huge amount of material on my case. Luck seems to follow me because the new neurologist had read that material before she saw me for the first time!
    Linda~~~~

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